Senior championship draws take place

Treacy’s West County Hotel hosted Monday evening’s gathering of Clare GAA where the draws took place for the respective championships of the senior hurling plus senior and intermediate football.

O’Neill to give youth its chance with Doora/Barefield

Kieran O’Neill has been handed the task of turning the fortunes around at St Josephs Doora/Barefield.

Club fixtures need to be sorted once and for...

Frustration is growing with an inability from GAA hierarchies across the country to nail down dates for club championships.

Madden puts Éire Óg management in place

Paul Madden has been ratified as manager of the Éire Óg senior football team.

Shortage of referees in West, North & East Clare

GAA clubs across Co Clare are being encouraged to make the recruitment of referees a priority for 2017.

Cooney continues as Clare GAA Chairman

Joe Cooney has been returned to the role of Clare GAA Chairperson for a second year.

McMahon’s goal laid the foundation of Bricks success

Known for his exploits as one of the top defenders in the province, it was his contribution in front of goal that saw Martin McMahon earn plaudits in Sunday’s Clare SFC Final.

Analysis pays off for Murrihy & Bricks

He oversaw Corofin’s return to the Clare SFC but their intermediate success meant little in comparison to James Murrihy’s involvement with Kilmurry Ibrickane as got their hands on Jack Daly for the first time in four years.

“Nothing like winning with your best friends” – Hickey

At corner-back Darren Hickey snuffed out every opportunity that came his way as Kilmurry Ibrickane claimed their fourteenth Clare SFC title on Sunday.